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When Rag and Bone opened its Madison Avenue store, some of the finishing touches had yet to be applied. Such as the entire men's floor, which up until the end of last week was still under construction. Now, the third floor of the building is a man cave, for the type of manly cave dweller who thoroughly enjoys tailored blazers, classic and casual button downs, and well-fitting jeans.
Menswear is displayed on custom tables with black leather tops, and the light fixtures are made from vintage stainless steel. Rag and Bone's David Neville explains, "We already have a freestanding men's store on Christopher Street and it was important for us to have a designated men's floor with its own distinct aesthetic in our Madison location." Part of that aesthetic also includes an antique coffee table and even a few pairs of colored denim.
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